I found it hard to rate but 3.5 stars overall seems about right. I only tried one dish as I had already eaten and was still hungry but just a little. I had the Pad See You.
But first things first, I walk in and the Hostess was not Thai but a girl with dyed red hair. That's fine of course, but I was starting to wonder a bit about authenticity of the food. I know, I'm bad. She seemed nice enough at first, suggesting I could sit at the bar. I told her I was going to get take-out and she asked soon after if I wanted a drink or something. When I said no, and said I needed more time to decide, she seemed aggravated and did not talk to me again, even though I was standing up and looking her way once I was ready.
A really young-looking Thai guy took my order and seemed pleasant enough. The order arrived in 5-10 minutes as he said it would. As a side note, it was a Saturday night but there was only a handful of people there, which concerned me too. Well, when I took the food home, it seemed bland or cafeteria-style at first and was wondering if this is really authentic Thai. It tasted better the second time I had it. To be fair, I think I had a cold and that was wearing off more the second time. So in retrospect, I would rate the food NOT as "Wow this is delicious and some of the best food I ever had!", as 5 stars would indicate. It was good, maybe on the verge of very good, but not that good. I was debating 3 or 4 stars, so I would say 3.5. The atmosphere was really nice, but not jaw-dropping spectacular or anything. I'd go back and I'd reccomend this to a friend, it is a small town after all and this is the best food in that town with about 3 options. I would give a slight edge to Chef Sau's in Spencer though.
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